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How to effectively go composable in e‑commerce?

Learn how to avoid the glue code monster and deliver personalised shopping experiences at MACH speed

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Join us in the webinar to discover how composable commerce can unlock new opportunities for your business. Our practical advice and checklist will help you navigate the challenges and achieve success.

Watch the webinar and learn:

  • How does composable architecture differ from traditional e-commerce solutions?
  • How can it impact website performance and revenue?
  • What are the challenges of shifting from a monolithic to a composable architecture?
  • How does it affect different stakeholders like developers, marketers, and IT teams?
  • How do Digital Experience Composition Platforms improve the digital experience?
The dilemma: Monolithic or Headless

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Meet our experts 

e-Commerce Strategist at NoA Ignite

Małgorzata Radkiewicz

e-Commerce Strategist

Małgorzata’s 15 years of experience have seen her delivering effective solutions to ecommerce brands of all shapes and sizes across the EU and UK. Małgorzata is experienced in brand positioning, traffic and ecommerce sales analytics and leading ecommerce teams and projects for B2B and D2C businesses.

+44 7930 140 293


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Tomas A. Krag

CTO, NoA Ignite Denmark

Tomas is an e-commerce specialist with more than 25 years of experience in the digital space and more than 10 years of experience building and maintaining e-commerce sites, both as CTO on the Agency side and as Director of E-Commerce and D2C responsible at Bang & Olufsen and Hilding Anders respectively. He was responsible for bringing MACH technology to venerable Danish brand Bang & Olufsen where the MACH platform later won an inaugural MACH Award.


Lars Birkholm Petersen

CEO, Uniform

CEO and a cofounder of After acquiring an in-depth expertise in personalization and creation of digital experiences at scale and content structure, he became interested in looking into ways to move composable architectures from early adoption to the mainstream. Along with a few other cofounders, Lars built Uniform to make composable work for all users, technical or otherwise, in organizations.